Congratulations to All of Our 4-H Members on their Amazing Accomplishments!
Enrollment is open at 4honline.com!
It's best to use the Chrome browser. New families will create a profile, and returning families can log in to their existing profile. New members: the medical portion does not need to be filled out at this time—it’s needed if you attend a camp or travel with 4-H.
The deadline for existing members to enroll is January 16. New members may enroll through March 1. After enrolling, changes can be made to projects until March 1 if necessary. However, Cindy needs to make the changes instead of doing them online.
Member dues ($50) cannot be paid online, so please bring a check made out to “4-H” to one of the upcoming meetings.
Those enrolling in a livestock project (including Dogs or Rabbits) must complete a Livestock Form. Shooting Sports waivers must be completed before members can take part in practices.
Please contact Cindy if you have any questions.
Attention 14–17 year old 4-H members:
Would you like to explore a different part of the country and meet new people?
The Exchange Club offers members the chance to learn about life and the 4-H program in other parts of the country first hand. This is a two-year program where clubs take turns traveling and hosting with a 4-H Exchange Club from another state.
4-H members must be at least 14 years old to travel and not age out of 4-H before the second year.
We are starting a new exchange this year and will be deciding where the club will travel. Now is the perfect time to join in!
The Exchange Club meets once a month and holds several fundraisers throughout the year. Members are encouraged to participate in as many as possible to help fund their trip and hosting activities.
Spaces are limited so don’t miss out on this exciting 4-H adventure! We will be holding a special planning meeting on Wednesday, November 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Berthoud Room in the McKee Building at The Ranch.
Please RSVP by emailing Stacy Farmer or calling 970-217-4016 if you would like to find out more about Exchange Club and/or attend the meeting.
Due to a lack of registrants for the Hunter Education Class scheduled for this Friday and Saturday, October 27–28 the class has been cancelled. For those planning to attend, please finish with the online portion, as this is good for our next class or for any other Hunter Education Class, regardless of where the class is taken.
We are currently scheduling another opportunity for late March/early April and will post as soon as the dates are firm.
The newsletter for November/December is available now by clicking here.
The new Tractor Supply in Loveland is having their grand opening this weekend and is looking for some assistance from 4-H. They have asked us to work their Dog Wash on Saturday, October 21 from 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
This is the first Tractor Supply to have a dog wash. Customers will come in and have the ability to wash their dog. We would then sanitize the grooming table and the tub and hose it down and wipe it up, and then discard the towels in a bin. If you are a dog lover this is a great opportunity to see a variety of dogs. There is no charge—we would be doing it strictly for donations and to spread the word about 4-H.
Remember this is a community service as we need to spread the word about 4-H! Everyone in the club is welcome, including new members, not official members, and Cloverbuds!
Tractor Supply is located at 5428 North Garfield Avenue in Loveland.
Please go to the SignUpGenius to volunteer during one of the time slots!
This hunter education course will be offered on October 27–28. Please arrive no later than 5:45 p.m. on October 27 for registration.
This class will be held in the McKee Building at The Ranch, Loveland. We will promptly start the class at 6:00 p.m. Jim has a short amount of time to cover the class material. Students who arrive after 6:00 p.m. will not be admitted into the class.
The class on October 27 from 6:00–9:00 p.m. will cover firearm anatomy, ethics, and shoot/don’t shoot scenarios. The second day of class will consist of hands-on activities and a written test beginning at 9:00 a.m at Front Range Gun Club.
Students are required to attend BOTH class sessions. Class seating is limited to 45 students, so register early.
Questions? Contact Cindy Buckardt at 970-481-7993 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Another opportunity to complete the Hunter Education Class will be offered in the Spring during March or April, but dates have not yet been set.)
Please read the entire document before registering.
The High Country Handiworkers 4-H club was chartered in 1980 and is located in Larimer County, Colorado.
Share Good News
We want to feature news and photos of our members. Click here to find out how to send yours.
Support 4-H when you shop! Use AmazonSmile and a portion of your purchase goes to the Larimer County 4-H Foundation. Click here!
Find us on Social Media
Share Photos and News
Questions about joining 4-H
in Larimer County?
Click to learn more.
Want to become a 4-H leader?
Click for information
2019 Clover Connections Newsletters
2018 Larimer County 4-H Master Calendar
Colorado 4-H Dress Code
Colorado 4-H Code of Conduct
4-H Online Enrollment (4honline.com)
4-H e-Records (Projects) 2019
4-H e-Records (Animals) 2019
2019 Fair Premium Book
2019 Colorado State Fair Exhibit Requirements
2019 Colorado State Fair Judging Sheets
2019 4-H Fair Entry Form
2019 4-H Dog Entry Form
2019 4-H Horse Entry
2019 Livestock Ethics Form
Display Board Guidelines
2019 Schedule Interview Judging